Cluedo – King’s Theatre

https://youtu.be/TKbHS6gcvZg Original Screenplay by Jonathan Lynn Written by Sandy Rustin Directed by Mark Bell ★★★ There’s something in everyone’s wardrobes which causes family feuds, and it’s not that hideous vase you got for the wedding. No, for any age, across multiple generations – Cluedo has sat in the closet, brought out for rainy days or wine-fuelled game … Continue reading Cluedo – King’s Theatre

A Murder is Announced – King’s Theatre

https://youtu.be/frrYqBbwcz0 Written by Agatha Christie  Adapted by Leslie Darbon Directed by Michael Lunney ★★★ Not quite reaching the monumental feat of Christie’s juggernaut of the Westend, The Mousetrap, A Murder is Announced continues its tour originating from 2015 by Middle Ground Theatre – still an impressive feat for the production, and an evident cry at the nation’s continued … Continue reading A Murder is Announced – King’s Theatre

Death Drop – King’s Theatre

https://youtu.be/lLmwU48mnNQ Written by Holly Stars Directed by Jesse Jones ★★★★ Royalty has descended upon high to grace the rabble of Edinburgh this week at the King’s Theatre. And though they may gather with alternative motivations than once revealed, Lady Von Fistenburg’s anniversary dinner finds itself with a few more hiccups than a backed-up toilet and … Continue reading Death Drop – King’s Theatre

Agatha Christie and the Truth of Murder – Review

https://youtu.be/2apnlrZmv28 Directed by Terry Loane Writer: Tom Dalton ★★★ n 1926, for eleven days history’s best-selling novelist Agatha Christie underwent her most elusive mystery as she disappeared – the events of which are still unknown. This, as one can imagine, enables a tremendously tempting narrative tool: speculation. From plotting violent revenge against her husband, to … Continue reading Agatha Christie and the Truth of Murder – Review